. but will protesters get the results they want? linda joins us now. >> reporter: ann this growing movement is getting the attention of veterans of the civil rights movement including ambassador andrew young. he says the protesters have to be articulate and organized to change the political climate. others say at least their frustrations are getting a voice. in san jose, several dozen continue the occupation of city hall. 50 to 60 demonstrators occupy the sidewalk by the federal reserve bank in san francisco. they are the lower and middle class, the out of work, the people who lost their homes, all protesting wall street, to them the symbol of wealth and greed. but overnight in sacramento a different story. >> i here by declare this to be an unlawful assembly. >> reporter: occupation at cesar chavez park is allowed, but only during regular hours. but like the tea party movement, can occupy wall street be successful? >> what i think is significant is that it's opening up a space to talk about solutions, because while this is a protest, they have yet to come up with -- to solidify around clear demands.